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. it is mile and still that will did he have us some hazy sunshine. watch out and others don't have any and when you look you will see it oh, my goodness you will not be able to see across the street. here is sal. >>> it could take up to several hours to right an overturned big-rig which is slowing traffic in the east bay and it is a tractor-trailer which took out an abandoned car on the east side of the road on interstate 880. crews have tried turning it back over but the problem is, it weighs 25,000 pounds that they don't want to spill. drives are slowing the wreck. we will keep watching it for you and we will let you know the latest on every traffic update. one more thing, we have a look at 880 north and southbound and that traffic looks good and i don't want to not show the bay bridge, it is getting more crowded as we drive to the toll plaza but still it is 6:03 let's go back to the desk. paul chamber, you have some new information you just got? >> reporter: that is correct, behind us the traffic light is out behind us and let me tell you about that new information. we were told by
properly with the tracks. so they have to manually crank systems to route the trains. >> we don't have bart service this morning and we are not going to have service until further notice. so we are advising our customers to seek alternate means of transportation. its a huge inconvenience we know but we are not able to run the trains with the computer system become down as it is. >> reporter: the glitch happened shortly before midnight and effected 19 trains with 500 to 1,000 people on board. those passengers experienced delays up to two hours long. trains stopped arounding around 2:00 this morning. they have been down ever since. bart says it is staging the trains to be prepared for when the glitch is fixed. for now bart is saying find another way to work. right now we are going to check in with my colleague brian flores who is live at the hayward bart station to find out how riders there are taking the news. >> reporter: certainly they are frustrated and confused. i want to show you a sign that is on the platform here. it says there is no bart service as you mentioned until further notice
leaving -- a's and the raiders from leaving town. they are on their way to san francisco. >>> it is i don'ting momentum and the university's president is speaking out and so are civil rights' groups, here is more on what is planned, secretary of homeland security janet is planned, janine de la vega has more. >> reporter: they will be in the quad behind me in the campus village housing units. they will be discussing what their next action is and also the n double ac p and various document are coming to campus to discuss what their actions are. now on change .org website there is an onlined petition asking the president to expel these students and they want financial aid taken away from them. another demand, that the chain of command should be held responsible for not taking action sooner. they were charged with misdemeanor hate crimes felony and battery for putting a bike lock around his neck and calling him racial slurs. they will be calling on them for felonyies and asking about federal housing and why immediate action was not taken. this will be taken during the carlos statutes which ar
and maybe throw an umbrella in the back of the car but i don't think it will amount to a heck of beans here, we have lower cloud coverage, here is sal. >>> we have traffic getting all over the place for example at the westbound toll plaza the metering lights are on and we have a 10 minute delay already as you try to get into san francisco and remember yesterday we didn't have any delays at the bay bridge and most people today are working and traffic is moving along well once we make it onto the span. by the way we are looking at north and southbound and this traffic is moving along nicely. major bart delays because of a person hit by a train, no train service to richmond and you can do go down to the berkeley stations and that's a way to get that let's go back to the desk. >>> we are following an early morning apartment fire which forced many people out of their homes and some even jumped out of the windows to escape. it started at the whitman green apartment complex and a neighbor took this video. one said they jumped from a second floor apartment complex to escape. they put that fire out
a difference coming up over the bay area. and we don't have a lot going on, we have a new collision reported, southbound 680 at north main and the traffic -- the parties involved in the crash are off to the right hand shoulder. let's move along and take a look, metering lights have been switched on and it is about a 5 minute delay at the toll. if you are driving into santa clara, it looks good as up hit 880, let's go back to the desk. >>> they are beginning a bigger problem which began last week. they were among thousands which lost power late last night. here is reaction from angry gamblers. >> it was a little bit of a rough night and i want to show you what happened and as you can see the lights are on and business is rolling and we took a peak inside and people at the table, everybody is gambling but it was a much different story overnight. >> overnight, the bright lights of the resort were replaced with this, darkness and confusion and instead of happy gamblers, we saw many happy outside, people like monica lynch who described what it was like when it went off before 11:00. >> we went ou
and and it is a little cooler as we become but with hazy skies. >>> we don't have a lot of conditions as we thought we might. >> people are out there and certainly there is a better commute going on and when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, it is not backed up as it normally is at 6:00 and there is a lot of problems and however traffic is slow coming from the and traffic looks good heading across the peninsular let's go back to the desk. >>> from alameda, as we have been mentioning, people were forced to jump off second story building and you can see from the earlier balcony which started at 'apartment building and we spoke to one one and i did manage to jump from the apartment, i thought they had meth and i thought they had it all on camera and they have been inn sit gating -- they have been doing this. >> do you know how it started? i started it. >> it's still not clear why the man started the fear. >>> it did cause major updates and we will have the latest. >>> many are stopping apt the port of oakland and police are moving in at the port now and why are they out there. arm what they are tryin
and they say simply they just don't know. in any ways a closed door session with the bart board is scheduled for this afternoon. live in west oakland brian flores ktvu channel 2 news. >>> meantime new talk of a strike looming at oakland airport by retail and fast food workers that threaten to go on strike during the upcoming holiday season. they protest unfair labor practices by host international. they have been in contract negotiations for the past year. wages and health benefits are the issues. the workers will walk off the job sometime duringth busy thanksgiving to christmas holiday travel season. >>> happening today a dream comes true for a young leukemia patient. the five-year-old boy will be batman for a day with the help of thousands of volunteers. claudine wong is joining us now to tell us how san francisco now being transformed into gotham city. claudine. >> reporter: pam, yeah. the buzz around this story has just been unbelievable. this little boy and his wish capturing the hearts of everybody. thousands of strangers signed up to become a part of this today because in just hours i
this morning as it was yesterday. fog near the coast. but i don't think it will make an impact. lots of 70s today. here is sal. >>> we continue to follow breaking news where a sig alert has been issued after a construction worker was hit. two cal tran workers were removing a sign when they were hit by a driver of a nissan. one of the workers died. the other has minor injuries. the driver of the nissan had to be extricated and has life threatening injuries. >> we are not sure if alcohol played a role in the collision. he was coherent at the time he was extricated from the vehicle. >> ktvu janine de la vega has been live at the scene since 4:30. she will have a report coming up in our next half hour. >>> i want to go to live pictures now. westbound as you can see at the toll plaza. we still have not had the metering lights turned on and you can tell because people are just kind of coming up and the metering lights or the toll plaza is not getting filled in. when that happens we'll let you know. still a pretty decent drive. san mateo bridge the same thing goes. traffic is still moving along pr
. steve, is this rain? >> i don't know about next week, it is a wish more than an actual forecast, we have a lot of high clouds and they are already mostly sunny a lot of low 50s so not as cold as it has been, maybe a hint of a westerly breeze we will have 65 and it is mostly cloudy and cool to mild to warm and mostly cloudy and it will be cloudy for most but stays warm. high clouds, calm conditions and that easterly breeze is turning around. not much happening, 70s low, for some, a lot of mid-60s and lower 70s, here is sal. >>> we are looking at the commute in the east bay, starting off with the bay bridge and traffic is backing up and metering lights for san francisco will be tough about is a -- about a 15 minute wait. we will recommend you come in from oakland just go down to 880 and avoid 508 for the time- being -- 580 for the time- being. traffic is very slow and we do have a reporter on the scene brian flores who arrived shortly after the crash happened with more details. >> reporter: good morning, very unusual circumstances when you go on the freeway you don't expect to see anybody
be careful, don't drink and drive, we are also looking for people who are not driving aggressively and that will run until sunday night. ac transit and they are all operating on a holiday schedule. let's go to mark for your forecast. >>> we just saw some clouds paying us a visit moving in from this direction moving in from the south with partly cloudy skies in the afternoon hours and all of this action remains out here in the pacific and this weather system is drifting a bit closer to southern call to foreign why. pretty cool up and we are checking mostly cloudy skies, reaching the 60s and temperatures are on track as we showed you. and in southern california, we were concerned with the shower threat here in the bay area and it shows the immediate threat and we will move out to the south. forecast model picks up with the eye tee moving in from the south and drifting to the north, if you are headed to lake tahoe, the forecast is drifting and south lake is on track to reach the upper 40s this afternoon and here is the timeline, at least the forecast for friday right into the weekend,
across the bay. >> reporter: a's fans i'm talking to them this morning. they hope its not true. they don't want to watch their team playing across the bay here at at & t park home of the san francisco giants and possibly the oakland a's. according to a report in the chronical its possible the two teams could be sharing the ballpark for the next two seasons. the issue here is coliseum officials haven't been able to reach a short-term lease agreement with the a's. if no deal is reached major league baseball would step in and help the a's make a move to at & t park. the league is apparently playing hardball here. that are demanding the coliseum authority give them a two year lease agreement and no longer deal. this morning i asked die hard a's fans if they would make the trip to the city to watch their hometown team play ball. >> i would actually. i would just because its the a's. born and raised an a's fan. i will stay a true a's fan. i would be mad making the trip but i deaf anily support the -- but i definitely support the a's. >> reporter: they still have to give the okay for this stadi
will help her feed her family for thanksgiving. >> i know a lot of people don't have the time or you know want to come out early but its a good thing that they are doing it. and that we are really, really thankful for that. >> this program will help about 4,000 families this year. the registration begins at 9:00 this morning. >>> the chp is investigating a crash that injured a novato police officer. it happened at 1:15 yesterday afternoon on redwood boulevard just south of san marin drive. officer baron was on his motorcycle when a car changed lanes and knocked him off his bike. he was not seriously hurt. >>> tomorrow families who lost loved ones on the old eastern span of the bay bridge will be allowed to go on to the old bridge to hold a special memorial service. the idea came in september after the chp allowed one mother to go to the spot where her son was killed in a 2008 in a drunk driving accident. ktvu news was there as carroll police stationed flowers on the bridge in her son's many memory. tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. others will get that same thing. >>> we have new video of the damage
, illinois. >> a lot of people have a pile of rubble still. i don't have anything. my whole -- its gone. i don't know where it went. >> reporter: taken away by this tornado. the man in this video prayers as the tornado engulfs houses. in just two communities the storms destroyed at least 70 homes. rescuers worked sunday to reach people trapped under the rubble. hiding in their basements. >> it did sound like a freight train. i looked over my backwoods and i saw a debris field coming at me. >> reporter: these news anchors had to cut their coverage and evacuate. >> we may need to take shelter ourselves. >> we do. >> we need to go off the air. we will be back. >> reporter: in lebanon, indiana the wind flipped the car in the patio area and blue out the windows of the starbucks. the high winds from st. louis to wisconsin and ohio knocked out power for hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses. most notably 390,000 in michigan alone. for the numerous people who have lost their homes, the focus will be on recovering what they can and rebuilding. and the illinois national guard has dispatched
and they are finding they are 500 down what are you notice being from your donations? >> they are don't down 12-point percent. if we need 2 -- 2000 turkeys so we still need nearly 500. >> tell me about what type of families will be lining up and. >> we spoke to a lot of and some will start lining up and we will do a couple of steps each time during the morning hours. >>> and it starts at 830 this will morning and they will reself everything and of course the tee certificate and definitely a good thing, we are live out here in richmond, bay area, brian flores, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> did he had to speak up. am. >>> the travel rush is on this morning at fso but we will tell you why a storm back east could cause some problems. >>> we are looking being well but traffic is getting slower and as you head south we will take a look at other bridges and does it mean cook much or wall area want am up. -- coming up. ♪ kiss that boring bird goodbye ♪ ♪ at our thanksgiving we're gonna make our turkey fly ♪ ♪ that's my kind of holiday. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver.
. >> an average vehicle at 60 miles an hour it's going to take you 132 feet to stop. most people don't follow that far back ever. >> reporter: about a half inch or more is expected over the next couple of days, and of course it is badly needed. water agencies here in the bay area are ready for this rainfall. the past year has been a very dry one. in fact, one of the driest calendar years on record. so bay area water district hoping for a wet winter. hoping this will be the beginning of a wet winter to ensure there is no rationing that has to take place next year. of course you want to take it easy out there, even with light sprinkles like what we're seeing here in rohnert park this morning. those roads can get slick. good idea to be careful if you head out. live this morning in rohnert park, alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. >>> thanks alex. rain in the bay area usually means snow in the sierra and a winter storm is now making its way towards the lake tahoe area. 5 to 10 inches of snow is expected in the sierra over the next few days. great news for skiers. this is video from the last time he
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the street. but a lot of people don't believe it. >> people are coming here to see the sign on the street. i simply do not understand it. >> the mayor and the city are in an awkward position. but you have to remember the kennedy family in the early '80s they prefer people remember kennedy on his birthday may 29th rather than november 22nd when he died. >> thousands of guests and more than 500 reporters will be at this friday's commemoration. also today president obama and first lady michelle obama will attend a wreath laying ceremony at president kennedy's grave in arlington national cemetery. it will honor the late president's life and legacy. they will be joined by members of the kennedy family, former president bill clinton, and former secretary of state hillary clinton. >>> san francisco's district attorney says cell phone carriers are fighting efforts to install antitheft software on smart phones. he is working with samsung to create a kill switch which will make any stolen or smart phone impossible to use. but cell phone carriers are trying to kill the kill switch plan. those companies
of sol alito want people to stay away. neighbors don't like the loud speakers or the bus engines. they can't keep them away but can ban them from certain areas like alexander street. they hope to do that by summer tour season. >>> and in alamo square, some of the neighbors complained about the traffic near those victorrian homes known as the painted ladies. >>> they will soon require seat belts on large buses. they finalized lap and shoulder belts on motor coaches which began in late 2016 for the sake of safety. speaking of that, the current commercial buses will not be required to have seat belts. >>> time now 6:09, a decision on health insurance, 1 million of them will find out if they can keep their own insurance policies. and it will not be hurt there any time soon. >>> good morning, we are looking at a live picture on interstate 880 and maybe we are slowing you down coming out of richmond. >>> yesterday there was a really good rain and i will tell you when the sun will make an appearance again. would you rather have spoons for hands or elbows for ears? i'd rather have food.
there is. i don't think it will punch in. sunny and nice today. a chilly or cold morning. quiet pattern. temperatures 60s for almost everybody here. take your pick. sausalito 65. clearlake 68. petaluma is in there. walnut creek at 66. 66 for antioch. 65 out to oakley. alameda at 65. everyone here coast bay inland did push to 70 for gilroy. 60s on the coast. menlo park at 68. sunny and mild to warmer. especially we go into sunday and then turning cooler an monday and then colder. highs will plunge into the 50s by tuesday and wednesday. >>> 6:21 is the time. a new national poll indicates for the first time there may be an early front runner in the race for the 2016 republican presidential nomination. the poll shows 24% of republicans say they support new jersey governor chris christie. that is up seven percentage points since september. the poll also shows if hillary clinton does not run vice president joe biden will be the favorite. >>> the government's troubled health care website getting more help. the department of health and human services is switching the data center. the site had b
of the victim is that he or she has life threatening injuries. now we don't know -- we don't have any information at this point. any potential suspects. but we have heard though that they may be looking for a four- door silver sedan. possibly a rental car that may have left the scene. so again early morning shooting. victim shot several times out here. police continue to investigate. there have been several detectives and sergeants out here processing the scene. and from what we can gather they will be here for quite some time. we are on third street and brandon where as you can see traffic here will be closed off if you are on brandon approaching third. keep that in mind if you will be effected through that. we will work on getting you more details. live in san francisco brian flores ktvu channel 2 news. >>> happening now investigators searching for the cause of an early morning fire in san francisco's richmond district. firefighters say that fire started in a bookstore on clement street just before 4:00 this morning. before spreading to a digital archiving business. 11 people living
organizations are here, obviously we have if the capability of what they need and they fear they don't have enough hospital space or vietnam. winds were up to 75 miles per hour reported there before weakening to a, tropical storm then heading towards china the vietnam government said they evacuated areas where the storm was expected to hit. >> the philippines are watching the aftermath of typhoon haiyan and we caught up with a woman who went through it and she said she was in one of the areas hard hit and his family home was badly damaged. >> the kitchen collapsed considering it is 60 years old and then leaking of course from the roof simply because it got blown off. >> reporter: she said she was able to get a plane ticket to manila and. >> google is accepting apps to help people look for people and the other app helps to upload information about somebody. they have other apps during disaster situations and you can also make donations to the recovery efforts. there are ways you can help those in the philippines and our web team has a post listed right there on the home page. >>> police at u
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